Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Rome does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Latinum, a nice option for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Hotel Latinum features a rooftop terrace, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts free breakfast.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Rome, Latinum Hotel is located a short distance from Roman Forum (1.3 mi) and Palatine Hill (1.3 mi).
Rome has plenty of Italian restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Sora Lella, Felice a Testaccio, and Tonnarello, which are serving up some great dishes.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Colosseum (1.1 mi), Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore (0.8 mi), and Domus Aurea (1.0 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
Hotel Latinum puts the best of Rome at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Stayed for 2 nights which was included in our trip. Public transport right in front of the hotel and close to everything. Good size, clean room/bathroom. Located at the 2nd floor corner/front of the building, has a small fridge with mini bar. Iron upon request only. Noise outside from different transportation is minimal, never bothered us at night. Simple typical Italian continental breakfast. Marco at the front desk, very knowledgeable and helpful, made our stay very interesting & memorable. Over all we enjoyed our stay and hope to visit the place again.
The Best hôtel un Roma ! Very friendly owner, and the hôtel is located close to all the main activities to do in Roma. The rooms are really clean, not noisy at all and the TV are new. If you have time, get an expresso at the bar, is from faraway the best in town !
The management are psychotic, they literally roared and screamed at me and my partner for bringing crisps and drink up to the room that WE paid for! I’ve never seen the likes of it. They tried to say it was illegal to bring food up to our room. And there no more a 4 star hotel I would give it a 1 at the highest. Rude staff, graffiti all over the wall, air conditioning is so loud and bearly works, loud area on a busy road, power went, small rooms. Please do NOT go to this hotel, we were so close to leaving half way through our stay but we wouldn’t have got our money back. WORST HOTEL I HAVE EVER STAYED IN. And I’ve travelled all over the world!
We stayed at the Hotel Latinum for 3 nights in August. There was an issue on arrival when our allocated room was overbooked but the hotel staff arranged for us to be put up in a ground floor room for 1 night. Note this room had no safe and had bars on the windows. The hotel staff moved our luggage to the new room the following day and we did experience a shower flooding and the shower head was very mouldy. However they staff were quick to unblock the shower drain. Caution was needed with regards to the in bathroom hairdryer as it was held together with sellotape. The hotel is some 2km from the Termini so do not try to walk with a lot of luggage. Unfortunately the metro line nearest the hotel was closed for work while we were there so only the Colloseum was within reasonable walking distance. However Rome city taxis are plentiful and relatively cheap to use. The hotel is advertised as a 4 star however we felt that was generous. Not our best choice but the hotel have addressed all our complaints since we returned home.…
I have given 4 stars purely because the customer service and hospitality from the lady on reception was impeccable. There was nothing more she could’ve done to make our stay comfortable. She allowed us to drop our bags as we got there a few hours before check in. Every morning she greeted us and asked if there was anything we needed. The breakfast was very continental which isn’t to our taste but we made the best of it with bread rolls, ham, cheese, hard boiled eggs, cereal, croissants and yoghurt. We had to have a small snack in the afternoon as we couldn’t get to dinner without eating something. The room was fine, if a little dark. The air con came in handy as it was very hot when we were there. I have seen some reviews that have complained about the noise from the public transport outside but with the shutters and window closed it was no different to a normal busy road back home. There was a fridge stocked with drinks which we didn’t have, but used it for our water bottles. The bathroom was clean and had a hairdryer attached to the wall. The only thing I didn’t like about the bathroom was that the b’day got in the way of the entrance to the shower. There was also a safe in the wardrobe which we made use of. The bed was okay, if a little firm, but we slept fine. All in all, a decent hotel but not a 4 star as advertised. Would recommend to people who like good transport links and a nice 20-25 min walk to the colosseum.…
My husband and I stayed two nights in this delightful, small family run hotel. The staff could not have been more helpful - similar to the service at a boutique hotel but without the price tag. We arrived from Venice by train and caught the tram to the hotel. We were tired and hot as Europe was going through the worst heat wave in twenty years! Also we did not speak Italian. Andrea was at the counter and made us very welcome. Gave a very detailed and clear description of the transport systems with maps and the better sites to see. Throughout the stay there was nothing that Andrea found too difficult to do. When we wanted to have a very typical Italian meal, he recommended Ristorante Travana Italiana, again a family run restaurant where the service was great, and the Tiramisu was out of the world. We managed to see all the sites we planned, making use of the late-night opening in Colosseum, Fontana De Travis and thus managed the heat. I am certain that without the help of Andrea, we would not have had such a great experience. Will recommend this hotel to any travelers, looking for a great experience in Rome.…
We visited Latinum for a few nights and our stay was really comfortable. The hotel itself was a bit hard to find at first but it matched the description. Staff was really nice and accommodating, especially to our 2-year old. The room was clean and breakfast was good. There is a bus and a tram stop just outside and it’s not far from Manzoni metro station.
My partner and I stayed here for a few nights during a visit to Rome. The staff were friendly and helpful on arrival and gave us advice on navigating the city. The room we were given was clean and comfortable enough and it had a mini-fridge which is helpful for bringing drinks back to the room. The room didn't contain an iron but one was provided on request. The hotel is located around 10 minutes from Mazoni underground station which is very handy for getting around. Unfortunately the hotel is located next to a bery busy road. The noise level was worse than any hotel I have ever stayed at. At all hours of the night honking horns and sirens can be heard as easily as if you were lying in the road. I used ear plugs but still the noise could not be drowned out. The towels are very poor quality as others have said. This is a minor thing but because it is minor it's frustrating the hotel don't fix it. On the last day we tried to leave early to catch out flight. There was nobody on the front desk despite us waiting quite a while. We tried to leave the room key and go only to find we had been locked in the hotel and couldn't get out. The reason became apparent as when we finally found a staff member he quite aggressively demanded a 50 Euro tourism tax before he'd let us leave. This was unexpected but understandable. The manner in which it was demanded however did sour the trip. We had a lovely few days in Rome but I certainly wouldn't stay here again. …
Myself & my husband have just returned from a four night stay here. Upon arrival we realised how far away we were from things compared to previous visits to Rome, to get to the Santa Maria Maggiore where the nearest hop on hop off bus stop was it took 30 minutes? Which was a long way compared to our last stay at The hotel impero which was 2 minutes. The Latinum Hotel is a nice hotel but in our view its definately not a 4 star facility. We have stayed in 3 star hotels on previous visits which gave the same if not more than The Latium. The area around tree hotel is quite run down (apart from the actual Maggiore Pizza which was the nicest part really). We made the mistake of walking along side the Termini back to the hotel which was not Good move as it was very rough and scary. The Latinum was clean and Comfortable, the towels in the room were definately not towels they were more like cot sheets?? Very think, not fluffy at all were like small sheets very strange indeed. The staff at The Latium are very nice and helpful. The breakfast was very basic continental breakfast but adequate. Coffee was very nice. The rooms were cleaned and beds made every day, the rooms are extremely noisy as the hotel is on a extremely busy main road and right by a railway stop during my four night stay I was lucky if I slept 7 hours for the whole stay very very noisy,was contemplating asking to be moved but realised all rooms would be the same. The biggest down side for us was the location of the hotel, I am normally really good at thoroughly looking into the location of the hotel as I have problems with my feet and knees and walking can be difficult, I had no option than to walk everywhere as we were onn budget too.plua side is Cleanliness and staff were great.…
The hotel is nice, really clean and Iolanda made our mornings happier (it feels great to find staff with good mood). The breakfast is simple but it is good enough. And the location is quite good because you can catch a bus at the door or make a small walk to the subway.